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Hi I'm Noah Berry

I like film & television, sno cones, and no, I'm not gonna name my kid Straw. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hey I'm Noah and I like to watch movies and tv and pretend it's preparing me to be a screenwriter. Right now I'm serving a mission in South Carolina, which is probably the best mission in the galaxy. FUN FACTS: I think socks and sandals is ok and I've been this way for a long time I like Star Wars a lot I can tie my shoes really fast I'm a really good speller but I've never been in a spelling bee so I half no proof UN-FUN FACTS: I've never caught a butterfly but I'm willing to try Once I broke my ankle by jumping on the trampoline weird I'm afraid of snakes and baby snakes

Why I am a Mormon

I've been attending this church since before I was born, and at some point it bothered me that most of my life I attended and participated, just because that's what I've always done. I love studying different religions and philosophies, and the Holy Ghost can highlight for us the truths and goodness in everything. But the more I study and learn, the more I come back to my initial set of beliefs, only I believe in them even stronger. The Church of Jesus Christ is restored because someone had a question, and every person who has joined since has joined because they had a question. I love the fact that I'm never done learning because my questions are continually changing, and the answers keep coming.

How I live my faith

The thing about this church is I can live it without compromising who I am. In fact the Church of Jesus Christ is the only church that makes it so I can reach 100% of my potential, truly be who I am and become who I can. So every day I try to find how I can stand as a disciple of Christ, in the way that only I can be. Sometimes it's hard and it seems like I'm held back by my choices, but living the Gospel will always give you freedom.